BAFTA Award for Best British Screenplay

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The BAFTA Award for Best British Screenplay was a British Academy Film Award from 1954 to 1967.

1967[change | change source]

A Man for All Seasons - Robert Bolt

1966[change | change source]

Morgan: A Suitable Case for Treatment - David Mercer

1965[change | change source]

Darling - Frederic Raphael

1964[change | change source]

The Pumpkin Eater - Harold Pinter

1963[change | change source]

Tom Jones - John Osborne

1962[change | change source]

Lawrence of Arabia - Robert Bolt

1961[change | change source]

The Day the Earth Caught Fire - Wolf Mankowitz, Val Guest, and
A Taste of Honey - Shelagh Delaney, Tony Richardson

1960[change | change source]

The Angry Silence - Bryan Forbes

1959[change | change source]

I'm All Right Jack - Frank Harvey, John Boulting, Alan Hackney

1958[change | change source]

Orders to Kill - Paul Dehn

1957[change | change source]

The Bridge on the River Kwai - Pierre Boulle

1956[change | change source]

The Man Who Never Was - Nigel Balchin

1955[change | change source]

The Ladykillers - William Rose

1954[change | change source]

The Young Lovers - George Tabori, Robin Estridge

Other websites[change | change source]

  • "Awards Database – The BAFTA Site". British Academy of Film and Television Arts. Retrieved June 16, 2012.